The job of an automation engineer involves implementing, maintaining, troubleshooting and testing automated processes on Epiroc Equipment and projects. Followed by creating detailed documentation for the fully functional projects.
A successful candidate must possess a Bachelor’s degree in mechanical, automation or electrical engineering and/or have minimum 3+ years’ experience in industries such as field service, mining, operations on Epiroc Equipment with skills in RCS systems.
Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills.
Solid understanding of a software development and computer programming,
Highly organized and creative, possess engineering leadership, strong research skills.
Excellent written and communication skills and proficiency in hardware and software development and troubleshooting.
Specific work elements
Troubleshooting, maintenance and repair of RCS Systems on both Underground, Surface and Blast hole equipment
Implementing digital improvement projects through Certiq and Mobiliaris
Keeping up to date with latest developments in Automation technology and using these studies in improving productivity and promoting cost effectiveness.
Keeping track of engineering changes and updating necessary documents.